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Southpaw
08-28-2010, 02:13 AM
I was :rofl: at the one person they interviewed for the article saying that “girls are learning the worst possible lessons about body image and body hair. Keep your bodies like little girls’ because that’s what men like.”

Ah... no... that's not why everybody does that.

Right, but you're 35. You're a woman of a certain age. You remember life before Internet porn and you probably even remember life before cable tv. Guys who are 35 remember what it felt like when they were in high school and were lucky enough to get their hands in certain places. These young guys today? They've grown up on a steady diet of Internet porn and a lot of them think that's what all girls should look like. I would bet twenty bucks that if you asked a random 20 year-old guy "pubic hair on a girl or no pubic hair?" he'd be scheeved by the idea of hair. Oh sure, there will be some twisted geniuses out there who would say they want the hair but the average 20 year-old guy? The girl has to be hairless or he's not touching it, period.

Anita18
08-28-2010, 02:19 AM
Right, but you're 35. You're a woman of a certain age. You remember life before Internet porn and you probably even remember life before cable tv. Guys who are 35 remember what it felt like when they were in high school and were lucky enough to get their hands in certain places. These young guys today? They've grown up on a steady diet of Internet porn and a lot of them think that's what all girls should look like. I would bet twenty bucks that if you asked a random 20 year-old guy "pubic hair on a girl or no pubic hair?" he'd be scheeved by the idea of hair. Oh sure, there will be some twisted geniuses out there who would say they want the hair but the average 20 year-old guy? The girl has to be hairless or he's not touching it, period.
It also has to do with the guys' level of intelligence and maturity. Smart, mature guys know that the porn they see on the internet (and elsewhere) is fantasy, so they don't expect women in real life to look the way they do in porn. Such guys are ecstatic to have a woman they love be naked around them no matter the state of their body hair.

20-y-o guys aren't very intelligent nor mature. That's why I don't date them. ;)

JerseySlore
08-28-2010, 02:24 AM
It also has to do with the guys' level of intelligence and maturity. Smart, mature guys know that the porn they see on the internet (and elsewhere) is fantasy, so they don't expect women in real life to look the way they do in porn. Such guys are ecstatic to have a woman they love be naked around them no matter the state of their body hair.

20-y-o guys aren't very intelligent nor mature. That's why I don't date them. ;)

True. But lots of real life women fall victim to porn standards, so the line between the reality and internet becomes fuzzy. The first time I ever saw a woman with full grown *ahem* bush was in college when I ran into a nudist hippie. :wideeyes:

Karina1974
08-28-2010, 02:28 AM
Right, but you're 35. You're a woman of a certain age. You remember life before Internet porn and you probably even remember life before cable tv. Guys who are 35 remember what it felt like when they were in high school and were lucky enough to get their hands in certain places. These young guys today? They've grown up on a steady diet of Internet porn and a lot of them think that's what all girls should look like. I would bet twenty bucks that if you asked a random 20 year-old guy "pubic hair on a girl or no pubic hair?" he'd be scheeved by the idea of hair. Oh sure, there will be some twisted geniuses out there who would say they want the hair but the average 20 year-old guy? The girl has to be hairless or he's not touching it, period.

Augh... don't remind me of my age... I'll be in the 2nd half of my 30's in 2 months. I'm already hearing jokes from the older women at work that it's downhill after 40 (I'm the only person in the office younger than 40).

I feel sorry for what the younger generation of girls/women have to deal with as far as guys and their collective mentality. I'm not even impressed with the guys in my own generation. I used to have a male buddy who is now 69 years old; needless to say, long time ago he became my "Gold Standard" for how I want to be treated by any guy in my life. He always insisted on opening doors for me, and I'll never forget the lecture he gave me on that the first time we ever hung out outside of work.

Anita18
08-28-2010, 02:29 AM
True. But lots of real life women fall victim to porn standards, so the line between the reality and internet becomes fuzzy. The first time I ever saw a woman with full grown *ahem* bush was in college when I ran into a nudist hippie. :wideeyes:
Well most women don't go all the way, with the lip injections, plucked eyebrows, and fake boobs. :lol:

My point is that you should do what's comfortable for you for whatever reason you want, not do things because that's how you land a man. The right man won't care anyway.

Anita18
08-28-2010, 02:32 AM
I feel sorry for what the younger generation of girls/women have to deal with as far as guys and their collective mentality. I'm not even impressed with the guys in my own generation. I used to have a male buddy who is now 69 years old; needless to say, long time ago he became my "Gold Standard" for how I want to be treated by any guy in my life. He always insisted on opening doors for me, and I'll never forget the lecture he gave me on that the first time we ever hung out outside of work.
People keep on saying this, but I have no idea what they're talking about. Maybe you're referring to the texting generation that's still in HS right now. Or maybe that's because I don't stand being around douchebags. :lol:

And the definition of a chivalrous man doesn't always mean opening doors for me. I can open my own doors and pull out my own chair, thank you. If my hands are full and I need help, that's the time to open a door. :lol:

bobalina77
08-28-2010, 02:33 AM
I do it because it takes less effort to just get rid of it all than to keep it trim and even. Basically I got lazy lol! I shave though.. it hurts just thinking about waxing down there.

JerseySlore
08-28-2010, 02:35 AM
Well most women don't go all the way, with the lip injections, plucked eyebrows, and fake boobs. :lol:

My point is that you should do what's comfortable for you for whatever reason you want, not do things because that's how you land a man. The right man won't care anyway.

Touché.

Maybe I'm being cynical, but number of right men will only dwindle with so many standards imposed by internet, cable tv, etc.

Anita18
08-28-2010, 02:44 AM
Touché.

Maybe I'm being cynical, but number of right men will only dwindle with so many standards imposed by internet, cable tv, etc.
24 is too young to be cynical. :o

JerseySlore
08-28-2010, 02:54 AM
24 is too young to be cynical. :o

But I'm one of those :EVILLE: men :drama:

Anita18
08-28-2010, 03:01 AM
But I'm one of those :EVILLE: men :drama:
Just because you are doesn't mean everyone follows your lead. ;)

And you can choose not to be :EVILLE: , you know. ;)

Southpaw
08-28-2010, 03:17 AM
Augh... don't remind me of my age... I'll be in the 2nd half of my 30's in 2 months. I'm already hearing jokes from the older women at work that it's downhill after 40 (I'm the only person in the office younger than 40).

I feel sorry for what the younger generation of girls/women have to deal with as far as guys and their collective mentality. I'm not even impressed with the guys in my own generation. I used to have a male buddy who is now 69 years old; needless to say, long time ago he became my "Gold Standard" for how I want to be treated by any guy in my life. He always insisted on opening doors for me, and I'll never forget the lecture he gave me on that the first time we ever hung out outside of work.

I'm just a few months past 40 and I'm here to tell you that it isn't ALL downhill after 40. Only some of it is. ;)

And guys at 40 are just as relatively immature as guys at 20. It seems they NEVER catch up to us.


And you can choose not to be :EVILLE: , you know. ;)

He's from Jersey, he can only go so far in not being :EVILLE:. They grow us that way, what can we do? :shrug:

oleada
08-28-2010, 06:25 AM
I would bet twenty bucks that if you asked a random 20 year-old guy "pubic hair on a girl or no pubic hair?" he'd be scheeved by the idea of hair. Oh sure, there will be some twisted geniuses out there who would say they want the hair but the average 20 year-old guy? The girl has to be hairless or he's not touching it, period.

You know, people keep saying this, but I'm 22, and and in my experience that most guys when present with the, uh, option, don't really care when it's a case of girl with hair versus nothing at all. The preference for no hair is definitely, 100% true, though.

Maybe I'm hanging out with the wrong (right?) kind of guys.

orientalplane
08-28-2010, 09:53 AM
I don't know if this is a Europe vs. North America thing, but I have never met a man who suggested he would prefer it if I removed my hair. And in most of the European porn I've seen :o :lol:, neither men nor women are shaved or waxed.

Personally, adults with hairless genitals turn me off, perhaps because they remind me of children. They don't seem sexy at all to me. Hair must have a sexual attraction for a lot of people, otherwise we would have evolved without it.

deltask8er
08-28-2010, 05:17 PM
According to the September edition of Cosmopolitan, pubic hair is trendy again. So get those long gone hairs unlasered! :lol:

http://jezebel.com/5612313/cosmo-is-still-terribly-concerned-about-your-pubes

http://www.thefrisky.com/post/246-jessica-alba-vajayjay-on-cosmopolitan/